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April 7, 2003
Frontier Airlines offers discount fares until Wednesday Frontier Airlines has begun its Airfare Savings Time sale, which offers discounted fares. Tickets must be purchased by 10 p.m. Wednesday for travel between April 17 and August 31. Also, because of the success of its two daily roundtrip flights between BWI and Denver, the airline hired 14 employees at BWI for the summer travel season. Information about Frontier or to make reservations: 800-432- 1-FLY, or www.frontierairlines. com.
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BUSINESS
August 14, 2009
Republic wins bid for Frontier, beats Southwest Republic Airways Holdings says it won the bankruptcy court auction for Frontier Airlines, buying the Denver-based carrier for almost $108.8 million. Southwest Airlines Co. said its $170 million bid was deemed unacceptable because the carrier would not back down from a requirement that its pilots and Frontier's work out their integration before the deal would close. That was a non-issue for Republic, which has said it plans to keep operating Frontier as a stand-alone carrier.
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BUSINESS
October 10, 1997
Another discount carrier is coming to Baltimore-Washington International Airport.Frontier Airlines announced plans yesterday to begin operating a daily, nonstop flight between Baltimore and Denver on Nov. 16, with regular fares as low as $300 round trip.Only United now flies nonstop to Denver from BWI, offering four flights a day.Frontier, which began flying in July 1994, operates a fleet of 13 Boeing 737 jets, which seat 136 passengers each and feature a variety of 21-foot-high wildlife decals on the tail.
NEWS
April 7, 2003
Frontier Airlines offers discount fares until Wednesday Frontier Airlines has begun its Airfare Savings Time sale, which offers discounted fares. Tickets must be purchased by 10 p.m. Wednesday for travel between April 17 and August 31. Also, because of the success of its two daily roundtrip flights between BWI and Denver, the airline hired 14 employees at BWI for the summer travel season. Information about Frontier or to make reservations: 800-432- 1-FLY, or www.frontierairlines. com.
BUSINESS
October 6, 2001
In the Region After strong sales, Ahold sticks with forecast for year Royal Ahold NV, the No. 1 food distributor, will stick with its full-year profit forecast as rising store sales offset a slowdown in food-service revenue after the U.S. terrorist attacks, Chief Executive Cees van der Hoeven said yesterday. The Dutch owner of the Giant Food Inc. and Stop & Shop grocery chains in the United States has expanded through acquisitions and is focusing on the business of supplying food to restaurants and hotels, which has been growing faster than supermarkets.
BUSINESS
August 14, 2009
Republic wins bid for Frontier, beats Southwest Republic Airways Holdings says it won the bankruptcy court auction for Frontier Airlines, buying the Denver-based carrier for almost $108.8 million. Southwest Airlines Co. said its $170 million bid was deemed unacceptable because the carrier would not back down from a requirement that its pilots and Frontier's work out their integration before the deal would close. That was a non-issue for Republic, which has said it plans to keep operating Frontier as a stand-alone carrier.
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The Baltimore Sun | February 28, 2013
Passengers aboard a recent flight from Denver to San Diego might have noticed a whole lot of shakin' going on. The Harlem Shake, that is - a viral dance craze sweeping across the nation from sea to sky? The video shows passengers dancing in the aisles of a Frontier Airlines flight cruising along at more than 30,000 feet. According to The Catalyst , a Colorado College student newspaper, the students were traveling from Colorado Springs for an ultimate frisbee contest. While a spokeswoman for Frontier Airlines has said the seat belt sign was off and no passengers were in danger, the FAA is reportedly looking into the incident.
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Tribune Newspapers | May 14, 2014
Frontier Airlines, the low-cost carrier based in Denver, is offering introductory one-way fares as low as $39 for people flying between Washington, D.C., and Orlando who book by May 17. The new service to Washington Dulles International Airport from Orlando International Airport starts Aug. 19, a release from Frontier said. "At Frontier, we are committed to offering customers low fares done right and that means offering choices and friendly service. Customers can easily choose what is important to them and optimize their travel experience for the comfort and value they seek," said Daniel Shurz, a Frontier senior vice president.
NEWS
September 8, 2003
Relocation of cranes to force lane closings The relocation of construction cranes will force the closing of traffic lanes on roads around Baltimore-Washington International Airport. Two lanes will be open in each direction on Elm Road between the Sheraton International Hotel and the service road traffic light. A portion of the road between the service road intersection and the terminal loop road will also be restricted to one lane in each direction. Airport firefighters raise $4,018 for MD Association The BWI Fire and Rescue unit raised $4,018 in its annual fund-raising drive to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association.
BUSINESS
By Agis Salpukas and Agis Salpukas,New York Times News Service John H. Gormley Jr. of The Sun's business desk contributed to this report | June 29, 1991
America West Airlines, which filed for bankruptcy court protection late Thursday, is one of the few carriers created after deregulation that is still flying.The airline, the nation's ninth largest, said it would continue in service while seeking to reorganize its finances and business under Chapter 11 of the Federal Bankruptcy Code.America West, which was one of the early success stories of deregulation, is given a fairly good chance of survival if it can develop a plan to continue without outside help.
BUSINESS
October 6, 2001
In the Region After strong sales, Ahold sticks with forecast for year Royal Ahold NV, the No. 1 food distributor, will stick with its full-year profit forecast as rising store sales offset a slowdown in food-service revenue after the U.S. terrorist attacks, Chief Executive Cees van der Hoeven said yesterday. The Dutch owner of the Giant Food Inc. and Stop & Shop grocery chains in the United States has expanded through acquisitions and is focusing on the business of supplying food to restaurants and hotels, which has been growing faster than supermarkets.
BUSINESS
October 10, 1997
Another discount carrier is coming to Baltimore-Washington International Airport.Frontier Airlines announced plans yesterday to begin operating a daily, nonstop flight between Baltimore and Denver on Nov. 16, with regular fares as low as $300 round trip.Only United now flies nonstop to Denver from BWI, offering four flights a day.Frontier, which began flying in July 1994, operates a fleet of 13 Boeing 737 jets, which seat 136 passengers each and feature a variety of 21-foot-high wildlife decals on the tail.
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